OnePlus 10 Pro launched on 31st March 2022, and came with OxygenOS 12 out-of-the-box. It was the first device to receive an update to OOS13 back in 2022, first via an Android Developer Preview on 11th May, then a Closed Beta on 22nd June, followed by an Open Beta on 9th August, and finally, the first stable build on 20th September. OxygenOS 13.1 is not a major update by any means, it's similar to OxygenOS 12 → 12.1.
Anyway, the first 13.1 build is out only for EU & India so far, with the C.52 version number, displayed as 126.96.36.1990. This marks the return to a better versioning format, similar to how it was before the Oppo-merger (e.g. 188.8.131.52, 10.0.1). If you wish to update to 13.1, you can do so via the app itself, since full ZIPs are available for EU & India. Rollback (to OOS12) instructions are at the end of this article.
It's also important to note that the Nord CE 3 Lite was technically the first device with 13.1, since it launched with it in the first place.
Changelog for 184.108.40.2060
- Seamless interconnection
- New auto-connect feature enables automatic connection between phones, tablets, and PCs placed in close proximity.
- Expands Omoji's functionality and library.
- Adds a new TalkBack feature that recognizes and announces images in apps and Photos.
- Adds the new Zen Space app, with two modes, Deep Zen and Light Zen, to help you focus on the present.
- Improves Simple mode with a new helper widget and quick tutorials on the Home screen.
- Gaming experience
- Adds the Championship mode to Game Assistant. This mode improves performance while also disabling notifications, calls, and other messages to give you a more immersive gaming experience.
- Adds a music playback control to Game Assistant, so you can listen to and control music easily while gaming.
Where can I install stable OxygenOS 13.1?
If you're currently on the stable track, you should have already received a notification from the app about this update. Please ensure you've selected either of the stable update methods in the app's settings, since the beta track doesn't receive updates separately from stable anymore (post Oppo-merger). Beta track is now meant only for the first few major Android builds, nothing more. Disable advanced mode as well, in case it's turned on for whatever reason. The stable track will continue to receive updates until the device is marked EOL (End-of-Life).
Once you're on the main screen of the app, simply download the update presented to you and follow the installation guide.
Can I rollback to OxygenOS 12?
Rolling back will completely wipe all your data, so please take a backup before proceeding.
Make sure you choose the correct rollback package for your device & region. We are providing these links purely for your convenience, as rolling back isn't natively supported by our app. After downloading the correct rollback package, move the file from the "Downloads" directory to the topmost directory of internal storage (the same directory that the "Downloads" folder is in). Also ensure it ends with ".zip".
Then, open Settings -> About device -> Version and tap "Build number" 7 times. This will enable Android's built-in "developer mode" (you might have to enter your phone's PIN/password too). Once this is done, "Local install" will once again be visible in Settings -> About device -> Up to date -> top-right button. Alternatively, try this APK instead (provided by OnePlus): https://oxygenos.oneplus.net/OPLocalUpdate_For_Android12.apk. Find it in your app drawer after installing, it should be labelled “System update”.
The following packages will rollback your device to OxygenOS 12 (C.12 for EU, C.13 for India), and will wipe all your data. Global rollback ZIPs aren't available yet, as OnePlus hasn't posted them. We'll update the article when they do.
Remember: these are rollback packages — they're not the packages you should download if you're looking to update to the latest stable version. For that, close this news article and ensure you've selected either of the "Stable" update methods in the app's settings.